What is kanji for はしり?
はしり → 走り -- a conjugation of the verb 走る (はしる)
’a conjugation of the verb’ is '動詞の活用形'?
Yes, exactly. I should probably have written more specifically "a conjugated form" rather than "a conjugation", but I meant the same thing. ^^
I don't know these. I am running away! xD
Maybe they fell down sea. I am still alive. （＾∇＾）
Your photo is the stamp of name?
Yes, it is my name. Is いんかん the right kana for 印鑑?
Yes, 印鑑/いんかん or 判子/はんこ.
I can not read left side. (if 士？) Difficult. Your 印鑑 is very splendid.
the left side is "之印"。之 is a Chinese character, like の in Japanese
'之印' seems used japanese 印鑑 as well. Mainly for the company. Numerous Chinese culture! I didn't know how to read about them.
Thank you! :D
I read somewhere that the kanji for "come" is used in something like 今週 to say "this coming week".
Does the kanji for "sen" arise from the same pattern?
The kanji 今 in 今週 (this week) means "now".
The kanji 先 in 先週 (last week) means "previous".
So yes, as you correctly guessed, there is a pattern! Learning kanji definitely helps with understanding.
While doing this sentence, one of the given words was Osaka. Imagine running all the way to Osaka... that would result in something I’d like to call さようなら、私の足！
"I ran a lot last month" It just a typo